Tony Hogan, a journalist who worked for magazines such as Amiga User International has written two pieces for AIM. In these articles he fondly recalls his time as an Amiga journalist.
In the first article, Tony Hogan looks back to the time when he worked for Croftward Publishing, who were responsible for titles like Commodore Computing International and AUI. Tony reveals how he would write up his game reviews and take screenshots using a 35mm SLR camera.
The second article is worth reading as Tony Hogan outlines some of the fun they got up in Croftward Publishing. For instance, Tony reveals more about mystery reviewer Bud Venos, and how he embarrassed himself in front of Eugene Lacey, editor of Commodore User.